Doing reproducible science: An opinionated introduction


Date
Jan 29, 2021 4:00 PM — 5:30 PM
Event
Open Science Student Support Group session
Location
University of Calgary (Zoom)
2500 University Dr NW, Calgary, AB T2N 1N4

Abstract

What is reproducibility and why is it important that your scientific works are reproducible? Reproducibility refers to a scientific pipeline whose steps, processes, procedures, and results can be reproduced by other scientists (or future you), ensuring that results can be verified, and that the decisions that led to those results can be understood. In our first Winter 2021 session we will be joined by MSc student Michael McCarthy, who will share with you an opinionated introduction on doing reproducible science. We’ll discuss general principles and procedures, share some neat tricks to make your work better and easier to do, and go over resources you can use to make your science reproducible too.

Michael McCarthy
Michael McCarthy
Researcher, Data Scientist, Musician

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